People of Letters

Sunday

13 Nov

7.30pm

 

People of Letters

 

SUNDAY 13 NOVEMBER, 7.30PM

SAN FRAN, 171 CUBA ST

 

Michaela McGuire and Marieke Hardy return to LitCrawl for the third time with a special spinoff of their smash-hit sensation, Women of Letters. In this rare People of Letters show, writers, performers, musicians and artists are paired off and invited to write ‘a letter to my other half’. The stage will be awash with warmth and curious tales of affection, bringing together the heady combination of sentiment and sauvignon blanc audiences have grown to know and love.

 

Former Wellington Labour MP and the 31st Mayor of Wellington FRAN WILDE paired with her friend, Labour MP for Central Wellington GRANT ROBERTSON


Award-winning poet HERA LINDSAY BIRD, paired with her poet pen pal of seven years, GREGORY KAN


Award-winning novelist, short story writer and essayist PAULA MORRIS, paired with her husband, acclaimed author and academic TOM MOODY

 

Award-winning author of 'Mister Pip' LLOYD JONES, paired with his partner, award-winning author of 'Mateship With Birds' CARRIE TIFFANY

 

Acclaimed novelist, poet, scriptwriter and short story author DAME FIONA KIDMAN, paired with her editor, fiction publisher at Penguin Random House HARRIET ALLAN

 

In 2014 and 2015 Women of Letters sold out, so be in quick to secure your spot for this very special edition.

 

TICKETS >

presales $40 | doorsales $45

Tickets from Eventfinda Here. (booking fees apply)

 

For more information on Women of Letters events internationally, visit

www.womenofletters.com.au

PARTNERS

 

Primary Funder: Creative New Zealand

Major Funders: Wellington City Council;   Wellington Community Trust.

Bookseller: Vic Books

Gold Sponsors: Ricoh; Lion Foundation.

Silver Sponsors: Whitireia Polytechnic; Gladstone Vineyard.

 

 

LitCrawl is a non-profit Wellington Treasure Trust event

Produced by Pirate & Queen.

People of Letters Sunday 13 Nov 7.30pm

Wellington

11-13 November

2016

 

100 Writers

20 Venues

 

Programme out

October 2

People of Letters Sunday 13 Nov 7.30pm